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    Two relegations in a row, rare thing in WC's. I can't think of another similar case in recent history.
    Hokej u Hrvatskoj ima svijetlu budućnost SAMO AKO mjerodavni ljudi rade svoj posao kako treba - Pršljen
    Hockey in Croatia has a bright future ONLY IF relevant people do their job right - Pršljen

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    Look to the Chinese women's program. From the elite to DivII in two competitions.

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    My prediction was prety good so far :)
    Seing our boys was just amazing, they were far above the others, even with some though moments in the games.
    Didn't expected for the Croatian relegation... A team in EBYSL should be good for them.
    For Estonia it is a great moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Look to the Chinese women's program. From the elite to DivII in two competitions.
    I thnik Netherlands men's as well...back in 80-s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs
    Look to the Chinese women's program. From the elite to DivII in two competitions.
    I thnik Netherlands men's as well...back in 80-s.
    Kazakh women did the same from 2011-2013.
    Bringing ice hockey to Northwest China!

    I'm the hole formerly known as KazakhEagles

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    Day 5; Game 13

    Nehterlands - Lithuania 4:5/OT (1:1, 0:2, 3:1, 0:1)
    0:1 - 10.14 Edgar Protčenko (Čypas, Bogdziul) PP1
    1:1 - 16.24 Jordy Knoren (Verkiel, van Nes)
    1:2 - 28.16 Domantas Čypas (Gintautas, Bogdziul) PP1
    1:3 - 34.56 Daniel Bogdziul (Gintautas, Protčenko) SH1
    2:3 - 40.33 Danny Stempher (van der Schuit, van Gorp)
    2:4 - 46.35 Paulius Gintautas (Čypas, Fiščevas) PP1
    3:4 - 56.49 Raymond van der Schuit (van Hoorn, van Gorp)
    4:4 - 59.34 Danny Stempher(2) (van der Schuit, Marx)
    4:5 - 62.42 Domantas Čypas(2) (Četvertak, Čižas) PP1
    PIM: 9x2+1x10 - 6x2 SOG: 42-29 Att: 50
    Goalkeepers: Mike Beeren 24/29 - Simas Baltrūnas 38/42
    Ref: Jens Steinecke (GER) Linesmen: Mergen Kaydarov (KAZ), Marton Nemeth (HUN)
    NED: Beeren Mike; van Gorp Kilian +A, Vogelaar Giovanni, Bakker Koen, van der Schuit Raymond +C, Stempher Danny +A, van Gestel Boet, van Haren Rick, Staps Cas, Ras Tony, de Hondt Reno, Suurhoff Evo, Verkiel Jordy, Marx Tom, Knoren Jordy, van Nes Gus, Groenhof Mike, Gloudemans Willem, Welles Kenny, van Hoorn Rocco, Gudden Jim
    LTU: Baltrūnas Simas; Protčenko Edgar, Čypas Domantas, Fiščevas Aimas, Gintautas Paulius, Bogdziul Daniel +A, Gaidauskas Aurimas, Jasinevičius Jaunius, Četvertak Ilja, Nomanovas Danielius, Baltrukonis Mauras +C, Gorelis Simonas, Benilov Daniel, Bisturys Dominykas, Čižas Ugnius +A, Sadauksas Erikas, Vitte Donatas, Marcinkevičius Mantas, Veželis Lukas, Bazys Rokas

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    Day 5; Game 14

    Romania - Estonia 1:3 (0:0, 0:2, 1:1)
    0:1 - 32.57 Pavel Kulakov (Ljubobratets) PP1
    0:2 - 39.32 Georgi Vassiljev (Terna)
    0:3 - 44.51 Georgi Vassiljev(2) (Ljubobratets, Kulakov) PP1
    1:3 - 47.15 Matyas Biro (Dumitru)
    PIM: 10x2 - 5x2+1x10 SOG: 40-35 Att: 100
    Goalkeepers: Attila Adorjan 32/35 - Daniil Seppenen 39/40
    Ref: Damien Bliek (FRA) Linesmen: Shunsuke Ichikawa (JPN), Attila Nagy (HUN)
    ROU: Adorjan Attila; Hodos Detre, Okos Csanad, Sallo Alpar, Biro Gergo +A, Biro Matyas, Bors Arnold, Tamas Nandor, Egyed Robert, Dumitru Dennis +A, Gheba Andrei, Bors Huba +C, Peter Balazs, Hildebrand Szabolcs, Rokaly Norbert, Constantin Mircea, Molnar Zoltan
    EST: Seppenen Daniil; Anohhin Maksim +A, Antsevski Vladlen, Ljubobratets Konstantin, Vassiljev Georgi, Kulakov Pavel +C, Terna Martin, Dotskin Vladislav, Fursa Daniil, Parras Kevin, Vasjonkin Vadim +A, Kerna Silver, Kato Andres, Tugo Michael, Puzakov Maksim, Vinogradov Dmitri, Antonov Deniss, Zaitsev Aleksandr, Sinikas Mihkel, Petrov Jegor, Russ Ragnar-Hindrek

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    A surprise victory for Estonia
    Seppanen have a crucial role in this two victory, two goals from 85 shots in the last two games. An outstanding performance, may can we say. With this, Estonia is far above my expectations.

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    Congratulations to Hungary, great tournament!!!

    Croatians after a long time of successful period again on the same place, in the group with "Balkan boys" , welcom to the hell
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    Day 5; Game 15

    Croatia - Hungary 1:8 (1:1, 0:3, 0:4)
    0:1 - 04.55 Vilmos Gallo (Vokla, Konczei)
    1:1 - 08.38 Renato Platuzic PP2
    1:2 - 23.14 Laszlo Rito (Reisz, Keresztury)
    1:3 - 25.28 Csanad Erdely (G.Arany)
    1:4 - 26.57 Laszlo Rito(2) (Garat, Keresztury)
    1:5 - 40.10 Krisztian Szabo (Sarpatki, Reiter)
    1:6 - 46.05 Aron Konczei (Erdely, Laday) PP1
    1:7 - 56.59 Tamas Laday (Konczei, Reiter) PP1
    1:8 - 57.51 Tomas Laday(2) (Vokla, Dosa)
    PIM: 2x2 - 3x2 SOG: 22-49 Att: 1000
    Goalkeepers: Ivan Stimac Rojtinic 41/49 - Gergely Arany 21/22
    Ref: Jens Christian Gregersen (DEN) Linesmen: Dominic Erdle (GER), Oleksandr Govorun (UKR)
    CRO: Stimac Rojtinic Ivan; Kapetanic Domagoj, Ruzic Luka, Gjoni Fran, Smolec Jan, Cerovecki Robert, Plesko Martin, Skrapec Roman +A, Milicic Matija, Novotny Jan, Sakic Marko, Raknic Tommy, Jankovic Ivan +C, Jazbec Josip, Kovacek Tin, Vukoja Luka +A, Kegalj Bruno, Boric Toni, Platuzic Renato, Krivosic Matija
    HUN: Arany Gergely; Arany Mate +A, Reiter Attila, Sarpatki Tamas, Szabo Krisztian, Reisz Aron, Dosa Krisztian +A, Stipsicz Bence, Erdely Csanad, Kocsis Ferenc +C, Vincze Peter, Laday Tamas, Korbuly Gergely, Vokla Roland, Konczei Aron, Gallo Vilmos, Garat Zsombor, Nagy Krisztian, Keresztury Erik, Rito Laszlo

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    Once more there is a big proof that this new kind of divisions is great. There is no easy game in tournament in any category. I remember when in division 2 before few years was really very low quality of games especially becouse of very week team. But now, i am really impressed by this tournament. Really high quality of games for this division. Fantastic.
    Congratulations for Hungarians, they are really ready for next level.
    Croatia will express return to this category next year, becouse division 2B is very week and they have quality for this level.

    Cheers.

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    Table and Rankings

    RkCountryGPWOTWOTLLGF:GAPTS
    1 Hungary 5 5 0 0 0 34:7 15
    2 Lithuania 5 3 1 0 1 21:14 11
    3 Netherlands 5 3 0 1 1 22:18 10
    4 Estonia 5 2 0 0 3 11:19 6
    5 Romania 5 1 0 0 4 8:20 3
    6 Croatia 5 0 0 0 5 8:26 0

    RK Country
    1 Hungary
    2 Lithuania
    3 Netherlands
    4 Estonia
    5 Romania
    6 Croatia
    *Hungary is promoted to Division I Group B
    *Croatia is relegated to Division II Group B

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    Stats and Awards

      PlayerGPGAPTS
    1Daniel Bogdziul551015
    T2Vilmos Gallo57411
    -Raymond van der Schuit54711
    -Aron Konczei53811
    T5Danny Stempher54610
    -Paulius Gintautas53710
    T7Csanad Erdely5639
    -Aimas Fiščevas5549
    T9Tamas Laday5257
    -Balazs Sebok4167

      PlayerGPGAASV%SO
    1Gergely Arany31,3394,60
    2Oliver Agoston21,5094,10
    3Daniil Seppenen53,0493,30
    4Vilim Rosandic34,0890,30
    5Simas Baltrūnas33,6188,70

    Best players selected by Directorate
    GK: Oliver Agoston (HUN
    DF: Kilian van Gorp (NED)
    FW: Daniel Bogdziul (LTU)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    Kazakh women did the same from 2011-2013.
    Main difference is that the Chinese women had an Olympic appearance in the midst of their two World Championship relegations. Of course, they qualified for the Olympics the year before they got relegated the first time.

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